Look no further for a perfect sweet potato casserole recipe. We've got 20+ top-rated sweet potato casserole recipes to suit your side dish style. These sweet potato casserole recipes are ideal for Thanksgiving--you can choose between marshmallow or pecans, or insist on having both, or neither! But don't forget that sweet potato casseroles are a great addition to the dinner table all during the fall and winter. Kids love sweet potatoes, so serve them a casserole side dish that's both delicious and nutritious. The classic recipes are great, but don't sleep on the Cranberry Sweet Potato Bake. We're drooling just thinking about it.
Sweet Potato CasseroleOur modern twist on the classic sweet potato casserole is a fragrant vanilla bean streusel.
Traditional Sweet Potato CasseroleTop this lightened version of the classic sweet potato casserole with both marshmallows and toasted pecans and still have only 5.5 grams of fat per serving.
Sweet Potato Casserole with Pecan ToppingSave oven space and use this slow-cooker version of a traditional sweet potato casserole.
Streuseled Sweet Potato CasseroleSprinkle a buttery brown sugar and pecan mixture over the top of the creamy potatoes in this sweet potato casserole that's sweet enough to be dessert.
Sweet Potato CasseroleTop these creamy sweet potatoes with a sweet, buttery pecan mixture that adds both flavor and crunch.
Spiced Sweet Potato CasseroleYou can assemble this casserole in its baking dish and store it, covered, in the refrigerator for up to a day.
Sweet Potato CasseroleToasted cornflakes mixed in with the buttery pecans add to the crunchiness of this casserole's topping, while toasted marshmallows add to the sweet creaminess.
Cranberry-and-Sweet Potato BakeFor a different twist on sweet potato casserole, spoon the mixture into individual baking dishes and top with cranberry sauce.
Sweet Potato CasseroleOnline reviewers rave about this sweet potato casserole recipe claiming that "family members who didn't like sweet potatoes are now fans." Don't miss out on this dish at your next holiday gathering.
Wild Mushroom-and-Sweet Potato GratinChanterelle mushrooms and fontina cheese contribute a delicate, nutty flavor that contrasts nicely with sweet potatoes in this dish. Serve with roasted pork loin or ham.
Sweet Potato and Apple GratinSweet but not overly so, this side dish is a delicious accompaniment to any holiday meal. Let it stand for 10 minutes after baking so the juices can thicken.
Quick Tradtional Sweet Potato CasseroleQuick Traditional Sweet Potato Casserole is ridiculously easy and goes into the oven in only 10 minutes, thanks to sweet canned yams. To boost flavor and add richness, we counter the canned spuds with luscious creme fraiche; chunks of almonds bring big brunch to our sweet potato casserole.
Cornflake, Pecan, and Marshmallow-Topped Sweet Potato CasseroleAdding cornflakes cereal to the pecan-brown sugar topping gives this casserole extra crispiness and crunch.
Gingersnap Sweet PotatoesSwap out traditional toppings, like mini marshmallows and pecans, for a streusel made from gingersnap cookies, brown sugar, butter, and flour. The gingersnaps add a little bite to this top-rated side and perfectly complement the potatoes' sweetness.
Sweet Potato Casserole with Pears and MarshmallowsInstead of mashed sweet potatoes, this casserole features tender slices of sweet potatoes layered with Bosc pear slices which are topped with marshmallow and toasted pecans.
Sweet Potato Casserole with Marshmallow ToppingBased on sweet potato pie, a favorite in the South, this famous Thanksgiving side dish has a rich history. The marshmallows were added by Janet McKenzie Hill, the founder of the Boston Cooking-School Magazine, in 1917, when the marshmallow evolved from a specialty confection into an everyday treat.
Sweet Potato and Apple CasseroleApples and sliced almonds make a glorious addition to classic sweet potato casserole.
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Sweet Potato-Jalapeño CasseroleSweet potatoes come together with a spicy pepper counterpart that adds an exciting twist to a typically sweet casserole. Topped with Monterrey jack cheese, this baked dish doesn't disappoint on flavor. If you're preparing it for a crowd with a palate that's sensitive to spicy foods, scale back on the jalapeño, or serve it on the side.This easy casserole dish requires almost no effort, and comes together with 6 simple ingredients. Freeze your leftovers for future dinners or tomorrow's lunch.
Two-Potato GratinRusset and sweet potatoes join forces in this cheesy casserole that is perfect for your next potluck, holiday party, or just a cozy dinner at home. Fresh sage and fresh thyme provide an herbaceous, aromatic flavor profile that makes this dish way more than melted cheese atop sliced potatoes. Soft gruyère acts as a blanket and keeps all the warm, delicious flavors from the potatoes in a sealed, cheesy pocket.
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Two-Potato GratinSweet and yukon gold potatoes are the focal point of this gratin that's perfect for the holidays. Fresh parsley and chives deliver a fresh punch that adds an unbeatable flavor. Our favorite casserole cheese, gruyère, tops off the casserole. "This luscious gratin strikes a happy middle chord for those hungry for potatoes and those vying for a sweet potato casserole." --Nancy Vienneau, author of Third Thursday Community Potluck Cookbook, from which this recipe was adapted.